Rangers defender Dominic Ball is delighted with his side's 4-0 demolition job on Dumbarton tonight, with a goal for his friend Nathan Oduwa also pleasing him.

Ball, who was restored to the starting line-up this evening at Ibrox in place of Danny Wilson, whose wife has just given birth, is on loan at Rangers from Tottenham Hotspur, along with Oduwa.

Dumbarton stood firm at Ibrox in the first half, frustrating the Gers, but pulled ahead within two minutes of the restart when Jason Holt struck.

Rangers made it 2-0 on the hour mark with Martyn Waghorn continuing his prolific form.

Oduwa, who was on as a 77th minute substitute for Waghorn, then scored his first goal for Rangers in the 81st minute.


The Spurs forward got on the end of a Lee Wallace cross to help the ball into the back of the net and make it 3-0.

And Andy Halliday then completed the rout by striking from the penalty spot in the 88th minute.

Ball is delighted with the win, which has now put Rangers three points clear of Hibernian at the top of the Scottish Championship table, while he also had warm words for Oduwa.

"Another great 4-0 win and performance from the lads", he wrote on Twitter.

"Well done to Nathan Oduwa on his first goal – first of many!"